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, and today at grand central station in new york city, iran and america wrestled. and it was not a metaphor. there was actual physical wrestling in the train station. >>> also, there was a mystery toddler today in washington. watch this. watch for the toddler. >> we'll do that, and given the relationship you and i have mr. former chairman, we'll try to get back to you in a more timely fashion than we did on that first one. >> than a year, appreciated. >> gentleman from north carolina, mr. watt. >> mr. attorney general, i'm going to just ask you a couple questions -- >> hey, who's the toddler? north carolina congressman mel watt, who did have questions for the attorney general, but who most of all will be remembered as the guy who brought the adorable toddler who's apparently named niko into the middle of the washington maelstrom today. hi, niko, god bless him. that was my favorite moment of the day in an unbelievably packed news day. >>> as noted, the president fired the head of the irs today in a surprise, blunt late afternoon announcement. >> good afternoon, everybody. i just finished spe
in the investigation. two of the country's biggest lenders, wells fargo and citi bank, they stopped foreclosures in many parts of the country. according to a report late tonight in american banker, the banks put the brkes on the foreclosures because they nt to make sure they were following new federal rules. could have big implications for the market. we'll follow both important stories for you. later in the show, fireworks op capitol hill today. you had to hear this; right? as the outgoing irs chief faces the music, and next, we answer the question, how do you do that? now there's a pour ball jakpot at a record high, a seenime lot toe winner says how to follow in his footsteps, win the lottery, watch "willis." lottery, watch "willis." ♪ if you've got it, you know how hard it can be to breathe and man, you know how that feels. copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. you know, spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder do not
the city to the counties to your neighborhood, now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> the fight over gun control raging on in maryland, tonight why advocates on both sides are renewing efforts to try and sway voters. >> good evening, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm adam may. governor o'malley signs new gun control legislation into law this week but the fight over firearms is not over yet. now gun control groups pushing to get this issue before voters and tonight wjz has exclusive video of the new ads supporting the governor's law. wjz is live, derek valcourt with more on the new ad that's about to hit air waves. >> reporter: with a referendum effort in full swing right now the ads are aimed at boosting support for the new law and the politicians who backed it. governor o'malley's signature on the firearms safety act means it's scheduled to take effect october 1st , but it is signatures on a referendum petition that could stop the law another 18 months when voters would decide whether to shoot down the law which bans assault weapons purchases, puts a
and coming into the community, volunteers. firefighters from other communities in other cities. and there are now donations of food and clothing and offers for people to stay with relatives and friends now that this tornado and these tornadoes will get a final number from the national weather service, have created so much destruction. back to you. >> victor, we're getting our first look at live pictures from the air of the damage there. it is still dark. we do see roofs ripped off of homes there. lots of damage on the ground. obviously as the sun does begin to come up there, we will get a much better sense of the scope of the damage there. we will come back to you because we want to stay with this all morning. thank you, victor blackwell. >>> we also want to look at where the storms might be headed right now. meteorologist jennifer delgado is in the cnn center in atlanta. good morning. >> good morning, christine and john. we're looking at the radar. things have quieted down since yesterday. you can see just scattered showers well to the southern part of texas. for areas hit by
parnes, ed o'keefe, thank you so much. >>> a commuter train accident outside of new york city at the peak of rush hour. two metro north commuter trains traveling to and from new york crashed in the bridgeport area. as many as 60 people injured and at least 5 of them critically. let's go to in tbs's michelle franzen who has the latest from bridgeport. talk about travel mess, concerns for people's health and safety. what's the latest? >> reporter: exactly, alex. fortunately, no one was killed in this derailment. of course you mentioned dozens injured and some of them critically, so we'll keep a watch on their progression, and we'll hear more from a press conference today. just exactly how that derailment occurred is how investigators will be focusing on today. you can see some of the wreckage from last night, that derailment that occurred at the peak of the friday night commute, this busy northeast corridor that services people between boston and new york. dozens of people were rescued from the wreckage, and as you mentioned, what we do know from investigators is that they think that the ea
weather today. high winds, lightning and rain ravaged oklahoma city last night downing power lines and utility poles while in kansas four strike that tornadoes touched down in the central part of the state. it looks like it might be more of the same today. alexandra steele joins me from the cnn weather center. what's up and who needs to seek some place to hide? >> almost 20 million people, candy. so 14 reports of tornadoes yesterday. you mentioned a few of them. you can see thunderstorms firing off although nothing severe as of yet. no tornado watches or warnings yet this morning, but we will see them develop this afternoon and tonight. oklahoma city getting hit yesterday, today in the firing line as well. large hail, baseball-sized hail, saw it yesterday, potential today as well, 70-mile-per-hour winds. tornadoes likely, kc, wichita, tulsa, down towards oklahoma city as well. tomorrow, that threat moves eastward, chicago, kansas city and oklahoma city once again as we get in toward monday. so heads up in the upper plains and northern midwest today, candy. >> thanks, alexandra. kan
>>> two commuter trains going opposite directions just outside of new york city collide at rush hour. we are live at the scene. >>> more fallout from the irs controversy, calls for criminal charges and prison time. >>> gun fire, chaos and a brazen jewel heist. what seems like something right out of the movies is playing out in real life at the cannes film festival. >>> if you haven't bought your powerball ticket left you still have time to formulate the winning strategy for the $600 million prize tonight. >>> hello, everyone. it is high noon in the east and welcome to "weekends with alex witt." investigators are on the scene of the commuter train collision an hour outside of new york city. about 700 passengers jarred when the metro north trains derailed and collided in connecticut. as many as 60 people injured, at least five of them critically. michelle franzen has the latest from bridgeport, connecticut. michelle, first up, what happened here? >> reporter: during the height of the commute as you mentioned those two trains packed with 301 train that was going eastbound and anoth
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, the challenges that cities face. >> i think one it's time and cheap, the 75% of -- so a lot of these issues, we've got a great parker in shawn donovan. he's very open to create activity. we won a bloomberg we housed 114 veterans since he issued that challenge, because there are wrap-around services. >> a lot of this is personal in and initiative, making it a priority and galvan nicing the support you need. we also sent 190 people out into the cold in january who personally interviewed 650 people. not just a drive-by, but to find out what happened in your life, where do you sleep at night, what would change your life so that we could built a program that deals with what -- but i don't buy this notion i do agree with your have i that we have full funding for the programs we have. there are a lot of mayors that are doing amazing things. >> i think in his community is the cost of inaction. that imposes no cost, but actually impose it is quite a large cost. of course for people they're living outdoors and highly vulnerable, but also imposes police cost -- when they have no other choice and imposes h
to new york city, one the opposite direction. the northbound train derails plowing near the southbound train. it's unclear how fast the trains were going but as you could imagine passengers were terrified. >> all of a sudden we just hear boom, and then we saw like smoke everywhere. and i was just with my two kids hugging them, embracing them. >> people almost flew over the seat. i held on but i'm okay. there's people that's hurt though. >> we went to the front of the train, kicked out windows. >> it will take a while to investigate and determine what happened, how fast they were going and to determine the cause. so it's going to take quite some time. >> reporter: scores of people were injured, 46 of 70 who were hospitalized have now been released from the hospital. however, we're told that five people remain in critical condition. connecticut's governor dannel malloy will be there with the ntsb trying to figure out what happened here, how this could have occurred and how long these trains, this line will be out of service, a major line, the only one really between new york headed north
with it after sharing a hospital room with a patient who suffers from it as well. >>> and in mexico city, teeming with almost 20 million people, a volcano near the capital causing trouble. spewing steam half a mile high, even shaking during the night, signs that it could erupt soon. police and soldiers have closed off a seven-square-mile section around the volcano in case it does erupt and authorities are preparing shelters for people who may be forced to evacuate. >>> back here at home, a burst of wild whiplash of spring weather. a heat wave in the west, a cold snap in the east. would you believe, a traveling avalanche of ice in american backyards? abc's ginger zee shows us the wild weather today. >> it's really pushing in. >> reporter: creeping and crawling, residents watch helplessly as the blob of ice comes straight for their home. >> it just bust the front door over here. >> reporter: it's almost 20 feet high in spots. i'm standing on what looks like a giant pile of snow. but as i take a step, it sounds like breaking glass. this is actually all ice that was pushed on shore from the
. >> reporter: headlining new york city fundraisers with justin timberlake and jessica biell. they obtained records in an investigation of leaks. accusations they down played terrorist involvement in september's deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya and claims the irs targeted conservative groups looking for tax exempt status. >> i'll not tolerate it. >> reporter: just hours before, obama addressed. irs scandal. >> if, in fact, irs personnel engaged in the kind of practices that have been reported on and were intentionally targeting conservative groups, then that's outrageous. and there's no place for it. >> reporter: the agency's watchdog is expected to release a report this week that will show the irs targeted applicants who made statements that "criticize how the country is run." this as e-mails became public showing the administration changed cia talking points on terrorist involvement in the libya attack just before the presidential election. >> the whole issue of this -- of talking points, frankly, throughout this process has been a side show. suddenly, three days ago, this get
by the new york city rescue mission. ♪ ♪ >> i'm really happy. >> clayton: our own kelly wright joins us now. >> good morning all. >> happy mother's day. >> this is is not the first time you've done this? >> i've done it couple times sing weigh them during thanksgiving and mother's day. this, of course, is something that the new york city rescue mission does exactly well. reach out to people in need and this is mothers in need and their children. all told they got more than 500 people, 500 mothers and plus their children. you increase that to thousand or 1500 people. its feast. all of the members of the new york news media they get involved, as well. new york rescue mission is private charity that is nonprofit. they have been working in this city since the 1800s. >> you had a chance to talk to miss new jersey. she was there helping serve food. >> robin was there and we served food together and michelle tolson who is one of the rockets she served as the emcee. but this is great event. i encourage everybody when you are hugging your mom today, think about mothers that are less fortunate and di
of what those of us who live in cities like new orleans or chicago or detroit where the gun violence is rampant and it rarely gets any attention, we have for so long been saying we need people to pay attention to this. >> you know, i thought that line, i want to ask you what you make of that line. this was street violence. saw this on social media. it flared up, shootings in new orleans. and then it was like, oh, oh, oh. that's just, you know, gang bangers in new orleans, probably a black neighborhood, you know, that's just life in the big city. and we all turned our attention, like street violence isn't terrorism, it's not terrifying, it's not terror that is being visited on people every day. >> yeah, i mean, it's not terrorism in that i don't think those shooters were -- >> having ideological motivation. >> right. they weren't shooting because of identity or something like that. but it is terrifying. >> right. >> and the whole point of why we need gun control legislation is part of why the background checks are insufficient although they are the first step we need. it is accessibil
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. >> the prince then went on to attend several events in new york city including a fundraiser and an inner city youth baseball game and then tomorrow he heads to connecticut for a polo match. quite a well-rounded trip, i would say, shep. >> shepard: julie, thank you, crews are started demolishing the roller coaster that plunged off the pier. they began the job this afternoon after prince harry's visit. a spokeswoman says it should take about four or five days to remove that jet star coaster from the landscape. the british prime minister david cammeron is also in the united states and today paid his respects to the victims of the terror attack in boston. stopped this morning at makeshift memorial near the site of the bombings. cammeron says the united kingdom has experienced the same sort of terrorism and important for both nations to stand tall in the face of terror boston strong. soccer fans battled cops in the capital city and that tops our news around the world in 80 seconds. >> france. the riots broke out after a paris team won its first french league title in 19 years. tens of thousands of
. >> we're told the hardest hit city granbury is 70 miles west of dallas and rescue crews have worked through the night there going home to home searching for more possible victims. >> obviously the story is still developing. let me get right to nbc's charles hadlock. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. many residents said they heard the warnings, but never expected a tornado so fast and furious. >> the houses are no more, they're leveled. >> a string of tornadoes tore through north texas wednesday night, the hardest hit region, granbury, about 65 miles southwest of dallas and home to 8,000 residents. dozens of homes were destroyed. >> everything's demolished. >> reporter: residents scrambled to take cover in their homes. >> we need a medic unit to respond. >> it was horrible. the freakin' -- the house started shaking. we were in a closet. you could hear it, it sounded like a train going on. >> reporter: while others were forced to flee, seeking help at nearby shelters and hospitals. >> fire department's advising they're bringing six wounded and walking out. >> it's
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. this is a three day event we are talking about. already a moderate risk issued tomorrow as well from kansas city through tulsa to oklahoma city. by monday, slides a little bit farther off toward the east. three day severe weather event. possibly lots of large tornadoes we are going to be talking about over the weekend. guys? >> thanks so much. coming up, she says she wants to die. will the jury give jodi arias her wish? what does the family of the man she murdered want to happen this week? we have a friend of travis alexander joining us next. >> then if you saw a little girl trapped under a car on the side of the road, would you help? good samaritans worked together to save her life. we have that story coming up. ♪ i need a hero ♪ i am holding on for a hero till the end of the night ♪ has he got to be strong ♪ and he's he has got to be fast ♪ the kyocera torque lets you hear and be heard even in stupid loud places. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant hel
. a city councilman allowed to stand in the backyard, overcome by what the women endured for a decade. >> you can't help but feel like, you know, the presence of -- of this enormity of -- of the event. i mean, it's unbelievable. >> what did you picture in your mind's eye of what those women went through as you stood back there? >> it's just horrors. absolute horrors. >> and there's that house behind me, just three houses down, with a big high fence in front of it, and steel barricades. and yet people still come from the area to stop and stare and take pictures. they just can't get enough of it. >> they can't believe it, either. right? it's so difficult to believe and comprehend that that was just happening right there in their neighborhood. so what are the next level steps for castro? >> well, he is sitting alone in a jail cell, isolated from other people, remains under suicide prevention. and he is sitting around waiting for what is expected next, and that will be surely a grand jury indictment any time now. the sheriff tells me that he has had at least two visitors last friday, a co
. >> take a look city wide shot. a wide shot at the backyard. a mess, it looks like a junkyard. a car off to the right that may be a child would ride in. to the left, a kids's basketball net there and that's the garage, of course, in the distance. quite a mess. this next photo is really telling. there were spoolz and spoolz of barbed wire all over the yard. thick rolls of it like you see in these photos. we know, of course, three women were held for years against their will. this may have been used to keep captives inside in case they made a run for it perhaps. likely to keep anyone from the outside from getting in. that stuff can do some real damage to swuchbl this is a picture of a chain, around a tree. you can see it there. and castro did have puppies, our guy who took these photos says hundreds of chains, not just a couple of yard chains. hundreds of thick heavy chains in the yard. the police report said he had kept the girls chained up in the basement originally and then chained up elsewhere in the home. also, you can see in the one photo, a pulley in the grass, he had some type of p
. the kidnap survivors fund has taken in $480,000. the trust was established by members of the cleveland city council. 5100 individual donations have come in from all 50 states, plus washington, d.c., even several foreign countries. to make a donation to the cleveland courage funds, go to clevelandfoundation.org/courage. >>> the internet celebrity who gained fame as kai, the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker is behind bars in philadelphia this morning accused of murder. the homeless hitchhiker appeared on late-night talk shows this this year for his colorful rants about coming to the rescue of a woman by hitting her attacker with a hatchet. but now he's on the other side of the law. charged with the brutal beating death of a new jersey lawyer. >> from heroic hitchhiker to alleged murderer. >> smash, smash, smash. >> kale ep mcgillvy, better known as kai, the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker is behind bars in philadelphia, accused of beating a new jersey lawyer to death inside his home. earlier this year kai skyrocketed to viral video stardom after this rambling tv interview captured the lively hitchhike
-case scenario? are you preparing for losses of electricity for several weeks? are you preparing a major city not having its water supply? what are some scenarios that are really realistic that the average american family should consider and prepare for in the worst case? >> well i don't think we're near the worst case particularly in this instance. it is a matter we could tell and we found them and they didn't get very far into the process but we've already experienced some of these because a lot of time a power outage is the same thing as a cyber outage. in 2002 the blackouts in the northeast united states were caused because some, because some equipment, some control equipment in canada went down and lo and behold we found out a lot of our energy sources actually, you know, weren't in the united states. so, so we've had instances in these, we've had instances where satellite links have dropped the ability to process credit card transactions. we've had instances recaller this year where the banking industry had a lot of denial of service attacks which slowed them down, caused them to spend
illegal guns which is supported largely by the wealth of new york city's mayor michael bloomberg. kelly ayotte knew she had to fight back. that meant having the nra do her fighting for her. national rifle association paid for this ad. >> seen this tv ad paid for by new york city mayor michael bloomberg? don't believe it. kelly ayotte voted for a bipartisan plan to make background checks more effective. here is her vote. ayotte voted for a bipartisan plan to reform our broken mental health system. ayotte voted for more resources to prosecute criminals that use guns. kelly ayotte stands with prosecutors and police for new hampshire values. >> yeah. the national rifle association's defense of kelly ayotte's vote against background checks was to say she actually voted for background checks, something that the nra opposed. and here is how that particular slight of hand works. it is a standard washington trick. after kelly ayotte stood on the senate floor as part of a minority able to block the will of the majority to legislate expanded background checks, she stood on the senate floor and vot
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. that's what the police said in france. >>> the fourth largest city in north america smoking crack. this is a photo supplied by the people who are selling the video. gawker.com was the first source to break the news. their editor saying he travelled to toronto after he was approached to buy the crack-smoking mayor videotape. the gawk et editor said he see the tape. he is sure it is the mayor in the tape but he did not buy the tape. the price was too high but nevertheless he want you to know it exist. the news is kind of like that today, right? even before you get to today's details in the trial in italy where some of the prostitutes at his parties were allegedly paid to dress up like president obama, for whatever reason. yeah, it is just that kind of day in the news. >>> but in washington today, it is still scandal o' clock. all day long. grilled in a congressional agency with using political sounding words, under scrutiny. the attorney general said he did tell two higher ups at treasury last june he was going to be doing this investigation into how the conservative groups were tre
being affected by this, kansas city whereby joplin, stong storms tomorrow afternoon an tomorrow night. there's the swath for tomorrow. so really robust system, things finally coming together for the potential for some very strong tornadoes tonight, mostly tomorrow an tomorrow afternoon potentially as well. >> thank you vur much. >> texas tornado victims are finally getting to see what's left of their homes after their devastating tornados. the residents in gran bury lined up to get to their homesed to. 16 tornado ripped through on tuesday an the story are chilling. >> i was in the air and i opened my eyes and i was about 20, 30 feet up in the air. >> the tornado picked you up? >> yes. and whenever i opened my eyes and i see all the debris flying around me, a piece of wood came and hit me in the back of the head. >> six people died in one neighborhood alone. half of the houses in that neighborhood were damaged or destroyed. >>> the very busy rail line from n to new hachb connecticut is shut down and will stay closed for a few days. they're trying to figure out how a commuter train dera
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new haven, heading to grand central in new york city, derailing near fairfield, connecticut, and striking a train going the other way. there are reports of some injuries, none considered life threatening, at this time. >>> and now, to north texas. battered by that outbreak of tornadoes. 16 in all. and tonight, there is word that all the missing have been accounted for. but as we head into this weekend, a new warning. everyone scanning the horizon for still more storms. and abc's steve osunsami as the latest. >> reporter: these new pictures show what these small texas towns are recovering from, and what could still be coming. tornadoes that filled the sky, destroying homes and lives. the falling hail, so fast and furious, this truck that went sliding on a highway didn't stand a chance. this was a subdivision in grandbury, texas, before the storm. and here's what thado left this was a house on tumbleweed lane before wednesday. and then after. >> see that house right there? it's gone. >> reporter: today, texas governor rick perry came to town and promised to help families. >> t
so low is under protest. five major cities, new york, chicago, st. louis detroit and last wednesday milwaukee have seen fast food workers walk out on the job in protest of their wages and inability to unionize. that protest in milwaukee this past week drew between 150 and 200 workers. according to estimates by the strikers organizing. that's a little bit less than the original strike here in new york drew back in november. but it was 400 or so fast food workers that walked out in the detroit metro area strike earlier this month. $15 an hour as a wage floor is what the protesters are seeking. the minimum wage they're being paid now starts as low as the national rate of $7.25 per hour. it's the same as it was in 2010 when the median food and beverage worker made $18,130 per year. that means if you're the sole earner in a family of three, you would have been at the federal poverty line in 2010, precisely at it. let's say hur lucky enough to work 40 hours a week. today at minimum wage in one of these restaurants that's only $15,080 perfect year. if you're one of those workers in -- the
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the city that my character and mama watts are from. that is the house that she's trying to get back to the entire play. there's a lot of themes of home and what home means you to and family means to you that he seems particular a mother and son expressing their love not just for each other but for the existence that they feel that god has created for them. >> what made you decide to do it? >> sicily tyson and broadway. my wife and i have three kids two, boys, soon off to college and one little girl that is seven and sarah and i know that how over indulgent it is to be away from the family on stage for this -- this is a seven or eight-month commitment for me since the play got extended to september. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> she knew it would be hard for me to be in the lives of the kids as i have always been but knew it was time and i said to her, this has been a life stream and now i finally get to realize it. i love her and my family for allowing me this indulgence. and i started on stage in high school, like you say, doing shakespeare festivals and what not. to be back
. >> thread the needle. >> when we looked what is was going on in boston and surrounding cities, housing was skyrocketing and people's income was flat. >> let me stop you there. you are one of many groups working in communities during the housing bubble who picked up on this. the federal reserve completely clueless, wall street, totally clueless. i have sat across from folks like you in places like north carolina and scottsdale, arizona who saw this coming, before all the big wigs did, because they saw exactly what was happening at ground level. >> that right. my least favorite example, we add hair dresser full-time making $23,000 a year. her mortgage was $235,000. she could have put every cent of every dollar she made into the mortgage and she would never pay it. as the bubble grew and crashed, what we could see is housing in the neighborhoods were not sustainable. people were quite sustainable but the prices needed to come back down to turn the market prices. and there was a huge differential. so a home maybe $400,000, this is boston after all, during the bubble, might be down to $200,
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of her life here on the city's west side. those were happier days when she fed apples to the neighbor's pony and helped her mom in the vegetable garden. michelle reportedly dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. back then, she had a nickname, too. shorty. life got messy about four years before her abduction, when she got pregnant. michelle dropped out of school to have her baby. but lost custody of the toddler after her own mother's abusive boyfriend injured the child. why michelle was taken is anybody's guess. but she may have had it the worst during her years inside ariel castro's house. according to the police report, least two weeks, then he repeatedly punched her in the stomach until she miscarried. but when amanda berry was pregnant, castro turned to michelle to deliver the baby. michelle told investigators castro threatened to kill her if the baby died. when the baby stopped breathing at one point, michelle did cpr, likely saving both their lives. michelle's mother says she wants to reunite with her daughter, but was stonewalled at the hospital where michelle was recovering. >> i'
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, wired the entire city of london for the london olympics, miles and miles of cable, and cisco says to dow johns news wire, seeing good signs in the u.s. and other parts of the world is encouraging. they beat on the top and bottom line with the sequester in place. they get a lot of government contracts, todd, and they were not bothered by that. >> you know, they are very solid. they are a company that usually underestimates and over delivers anywayment i like them. they are a good solid company, not one that i trade bus they don't move. they are stable in the way they trade. as you tell being unone and a third percent this year, a good beat, good news story for the markets because it's nice to see a company beat on the top and bottom lines. david: particularly based on the which economy itself. the economy improve, only hope that's true. bruno, i teased h&r block mentioning the fact hemming funds include it now. why do you like h&r block right now? >> yeah, looking at the action from hedge funds, tiger add a significant position into h&r block. it's a great franchise, strong within the tax
wouldn't have otherwise -- neil: like what? let's see you're walking on a city street. are you just walking into light posts? >> you're getting information. according to the gu i'm talking to, you're getting information on which of your friends is in the neighborhood, which coffee shop is -- neil: oh, i thought it told you about a light post before you ran into 'em. >> casinos are already banning these things, you can't be on the gambling loor. think about it, if you pair those thinged with implantable microchips which are coming down the line, this is not too far away from human and computer merging. neil: i can't see you get too far in a casino. >> you'llet some old-fashioned technology. neil: 're going to wrap those glasses around your face. [laughtee] anyway, maybe you don't have to fly commando after all. american bucking the industry fee for all by offering free earlyoarding for customers with limited carry-on luggage. keith, what do you make of this? a sign an airline can have a guilt complex? >> i fly an awful lot for what i do, and i'm glad to see this, but i think they ou
in a row, "forbes" magazine called detroit the most dangerous city in america. >>> accused cleveland kidnapper ariel castro will plead not guilty to all charges. that is according to his attorney who says castro is on suicide watch in jail. the 52-year-old castro is facing kidnapping and rape charges in the alleged abduction of three women. prosecutors say he kept the women captive up to a decade. >>> o.j. simpson has finished testifying in a las vegas courtroom. he is looking for a new trial in his 2008 armed robbery conviction alleging his attorney never told him back then a plea deal was on the table. those are your headlines on the fox business network. get you back now to ashley and tracy. tracy: arthel neville, thank you very, very much. >> you're very welcome. tracy: wacky news day. shares of netflix are hitting a nearly two-year high today and one well-known investor's profit is now surpassing the billion dollar mark. ashley: how nice. tracy: gerri willis here off "the willis report". not too bad, huh? >> carl icahn, the boy knows how to make money. ashley: he certainly does.
, momentum prominently, gun control. this week, the group moms demand action is holding rallies in cities and towns across the country for tighter gun laws. in each event, participants are reading from an document called the mothers' bill of rights. the rights of americans are under attack. the right of mothers to protect our children shall not be infringed. mothers are also directly challenging elected officials. last week, for example, moms demand action held a protest-out outside the columbus, ohio, office of republican senator rob portman. he was one of the senators that voted no on expanded background checks last month. >> your mom says shame on you. you usually take pause and think. >> and on friday, mothers in new hampshire organized by the group mayors against illegal guns delivered letters to the office of republican senator kelly ayotte, another no-vote on the background checks. >> dear, senator, no mother should have to bury her child. >> we're to the points that we should not sign the bill, and we know it's not the whole solution, but it's certainly a big part of it. thank you
the point is that even though this looks like a very busy place, it's not, apparently. and a city councilman there was pointing out that there are a number of active community groups in the area that are -- that go up and down the streets and are in touch with neighbors. and this block, apparently, does not have that kind of an organization. we also learned that the keownmkeow councilman at one point, had gone up and down these area trying to do an inventory of the abandoned buildings. these are classic urban issues all over america. but the point is that this place somehow slipped through the cracks. and you had this guy, ariel castro, who was apparently very charismatic and visible in the neighborhood, friendly with the kids, giving them rides, when he was the school bus driver, and he was very -- nobody would suspect this guy. everybody knew him. and this whole cliche about how these things happened in plain sight, it really did. so as i was saying earlier, a lot of neighbors are feeling some guilt and some sense of responsibility, how could this happen? and people are blaming the police,
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